charitable support

Making a positive impact in the world and communities we live within

Jodie O’shea foundation

Jodie O’Shea House is an orphanage committed to extending kindness, compassion and care to Indonesian children in need.

A percentage of our profits help support the Jodie O’Shea foundation which provides free education for Indonesian children in poverty stricken areas. The foundation also provides a healthy diet and a nurturing environment to help create a better life and future for the children.

Trash hero


Trash Hero is a global volunteer-led movement driving change within communities around the world. Locally run “pick it up” clean-up programs are designed to clear an area of litter and help educate communities to be aware of the impact of plastic pollution. 

Don’t throw it, donate it.

Trevena & Co aims to make positive impact in the world and communities we live in by gathering preloved activewear from Australia and delivering them to those less fortunate, and encouraging health and wellness in the local Bali community.

In the future we aim to expand this project by offering community wellness education and organising free yoga, fitness and meditation classes in areas around Bali.

We are passionate about making our business more charitable and always looking for new ways to make a positive impact in the community.

If you would like to help, or donate, please contact us.

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